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The Dead Freights: Fever and the Thunder – single review

The Dead Freights – Fever and the Thunder DL Out now If you haven't heard of The Dead Freights now is the time to change that. Fever...

Four Candles: Trouble In Paradise – fantastic new song reviewed

Track Review Four Candles: Trouble In Paradise  (German Shepherd Records) DL only Out now "In a nigh on 7 minute funk driven slab of Mancunian repetition Four Candles...

Dogma: Dogma – Album Review

Dogma - Dogma (Grow Your Own) LP/CD/DL Out now At first glance the new Dogma album looks like anarcho-punk but this protest music is melodic with a...

LISTEN! Manchester wonk band Pleasures new single ‘glorious eccentric pop wonk like XTC hanging out with Gorillaz’

Their new song captures their glorious eccentric pop wonk like XTC hanging out with Gorillaz perfectly and the band are on the edge of bigger things. 

The Haciendas: It’s Not Too Late – single review

The Haciendas It’s Not Too Late DL/Streaming New Manchester band, from Failsworth, The Haciendas release their debut single, It’s Not Too Late on 11th December. Although a...

Stepford Wives: Stepford Wives EP review and video

Stepford Wives: Stepford Wives EP A1 (M) Records Limited Edition CD/DL all platforms Available Friday 11th December Saddleworth quartet Stepford Wives return sooner rather than later with their...

Listen to this! Vicky Sometani releases new EP

London-based American singer-songwriter Vicky Sometani readies the release of her new EP, Come To You, and showcases her blend of blues and folk, and,...

Dan O’Farrell & The Difference Engine: Richard Scarry Lied To Me – album review

Album Review Dan O’Farrell & The Difference Engine  - Richard Scarry Lied To Me (Gare Du Nord) CD/LP/DL Out now Still a cult nationally when Dan O'Farrell...

Peach Blood: Peach Blood EP – review

Peach Blood EP Peach Blood DL Influenced by bands such as Fleetwood Mac, Best Coast and Wolf Alice this self titled debut EP by alt-pop duo Peach...

The Red Stains: Freezer Jesus – single review and video.

The Red Stains Freezer Jesus Out 11th December 2020 Download. 'The consumers, whose naïveté is confirmed and drilled into them, are to be dissuaded from entertaining stupid ideas...

Could this be the Christmas Number One? Great new boyband from Teesside – Benefits

Could this be the Christmas Number One? Great new boyband from Teesside - Benefits A brand new boy band from Teesside are hoping for a...

Dexy: Drop Your Hand – single review

Dexy Drop Your Hand Out now! DL and Streaming Dexy, South London Singer-songwriter, follows up his 2017 debut album Tear It Down with single Drop Your Hand this week....

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